GIVE DIFFERENCES

Asked by vk1994 | 5th Aug, 2008, 10:12: PM

Expert Answer:

 

Suamous

Ciliated

Glandular 

Cells

Irregular, thin and flat

Columnar with cilia

 Portion of epithelial tissue folds inward.

Location

Cells lining blood vessels and lung alveoli, lining of mouth and oeophagus, skin 

Lining of trachea, bronchi, sperm ducts and oviducts.

 Present in all glands

Function

Protection, Forming a selectively permeable surface

Movement of cilia pushes the mucus forward through the ducts.

 Secretion of substances at epithelial surface.

Position of nucleus in cells

Central

Towards the base

 Basal or central

 

Answered by  | 6th Aug, 2008, 06:38: AM

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